Author Archives: Robert Coss

About Robert Coss

I was made in America by God. I hope you will see the quality of that workmanship.

Tucker Sums Our National Crises Up Well

I could not summarize all that has been happening better than Tucker. I guess that is why he gets the big bucks.

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The Most Significant Drivers Of Children’s Attributional Style

Parents can help their children develop and maintain a good attributional style. The most significant drivers of children’s attributional style, based on years of research, seem to be parents and teachers. Point: Parents and teachers play an important role in … Continue reading

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Those Out of Reach Goals We Have

Since the middle of June I’ve been thinking a lot about running The Duke City half-marathon. I want to make up for a couple of races I missed this year. What puts me off is the incredible difficulty in recovering … Continue reading

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How We Can Stop School Shootings

A father talks about the murder of his daughter that day and how to prevent more of the same. Very heart rending. Did you know this girl took 4 bullets, crawled back to the classroom which by then had been … Continue reading

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Free Speech and Self-Censorship

How does the balance tilt in your life? Do you find yourself holding back for fear of reprisal, serious reprisal?  Did you know that a civilized civilization sort of depends on you speaking out? …am I now seeking the favor … Continue reading

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A Peek At The Deep State

Why Seth Rich Was Killed?

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Benefits Of Optimism

ASQ Scores Based on Attributional Style Questionnaire (ASQ) scores, Seligman determined that MetLife insurance salespeople who have made a career in insurance sales have done so only by having a very positive attributional style. ASQ score doesn’t just predict success … Continue reading

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